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  1. I think he was probably quite a promising booking for 2021 but as has been mentioned above the fact he only has one album and hasn't released anything new since makes a bit of a mockery of his headline place. Not that I'm worried, I'll be at Phoebe instead Also I noticed Wide Skies and Butterflies festival in Norfolk 2 weeks later has now been cancelled. I wonder if this will shift a few more tickets from attendees who were meant to go to that
  2. Very jealous! It all looked brilliant on TV. Im definitely more excited for it after spending the whole weekend watching. It looks as if my 3 most anticipated acts (Phoebe, Foals and Fontaines) went down well and they looked and sounded great on the streams I saw so very much looking forward to them. I'd imagine we'll get stage times mid July time but having seen your clashfinder I don't think it'll be too dissimilar as theyre usually consistent every year We'll probably get something end of the week as a final announcement (although they've been known to announce some acts the week of the festival!) I'd love for them to have a secret set again, I think it could be someone like Blossoms if they're following a similar pattern to last year
  3. Is she vocally perfect? No Is she absolutely smashing it with a great setlist and fun atmosphere? Absolutely! A really strong first half so I'm excited to see what else they do
  4. Arctic Monkeys / Bruce Springsteen / Taylor Swift
  5. It's being shown on BBC 1 from 10:30 but I think the stream should be from 9:30
  6. Worth keeping an eye on Glasto as there are a fair few crossover acts this year. Phoebe and Foals were excellent and Simz seemed to go down a storm too. Other acts being shown I believe are Self Esteem, Fontaines DC, Caroline Polachek so will be good to get an idea of their setlists
  7. If they don't we riot, it's my absolute favourite song of theirs - I'll admit I sobbed slightly when I saw them doing it at Latitude last year
  8. Wolf Alice are absolutely smashing it baring in mind their issues getting to the festival, I do agree they deserve a far higher slot though
  9. Saw The Killers at Carrow Road, Norwich last night. I'll be bold and say they're the best live band on the planet. Such a strong setlist and great all round performance, Brandon was on top form too. Probably one of the best gigs I've ever been to, I hope to see them again sometime soon
  10. I've had a pretty rough couple of weeks due to a family bereavement, but last night with Jools Holland at the UEA Norwich was the perfect antidote. Such a fun night, Eddi Reader sounds no different to the 80s and Ruby Turner stole the show. A great time all around. Heading off to the new Neck of the Woods festival at Earlham Park tomorrow with The Kooks, DMAs and Sea Girls which should be good fun too
  11. Im stunned Gorillaz never done it before, they're the perfect latitude act and Damon has a great relationship with the festival too With regards to Radiohead, I'll be controversial and say Killers are 'bigger' and have headlined so can't see why they wouldn't either Some fab names in there, as there's less music I fancy this year I think I'll spending a fair bit of time there. Do we know if the cabaret arena will be back or has it been scrapped completely
  12. Yeah Latitude is always great for new discoveries, this year I'm really liking Rina Sawayama, Larkin Poe and Caroline Polachek. I think whoever booked this year really failed to capitalise on last year's lineup and has gone for a proper mish mash that doesn't know what it wants to be. I'm very much looking forward to it though, we're probably due the last few music and comedy announcements soon too which could have a few fun additions
  13. Im very much looking forward to the weekend, I do think this is one of the weakest lineups they've had though. There aren't any standout acts I need to see this time (last few editions have had Killers, Lana Del Rey, Bastille and Wolf Alice I was desperate to see) but there are still some brilliant acts on the bill. I'm definitely excited for Foals, Phoebe Bridgers, Self Esteem, Shed Seven and Fontaines DC. Also I'm very excited for Aisling Bea, The Horne Section, Marcus Brigstocke and Sophie Duker on the comedy too. I definitely think they've changed their talent booker as they seem to have scrapped half the things that made last year so brilliant. I do wonder if they'll add a few more main stage acts as the Friday was seemingly full and they then added Alfie Templeman so there could be some good additions later on too. I've been every year since I was 9 (bar 2013 and 2020) and its always one of the highlight of my year, even the weaker years I've gone I've absolutely loved. I'm also excited as my friend is coming for the Friday who's never been before so I'm excited to show him as he's only ever heard how much I love going
  14. More names just announced, some good additions in there
  15. I'm very rarely lost for words but I totally feel that way with this news. Such an icon in the music industry and one of the best drummers of all time without a doubt. I was about 6 when The Pretender was released and I've loved then ever since. Taylor is an irreplaceable loss for the band and my thoughts are with his family, the foos and all their fans today
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